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homologation

[hə‚mäl·ə′gā·shən]
(organic chemistry)
A type of hydroformylation in which carbon monoxide reacts with certain saturated alcohols to yield either aldehydes or alcohols (or a mixture of both) containing one more carbon atom than the parent.

homologation

Certification, confirmation or approval. Data communications equipment is often subject to the homologation requirements of various countries.
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It is also equipped with a 137 cu m/hr core pump and is mounted on a homologated chassis, which is allowed to run on Indian roads.
But Ecclestone sees no reason why they should jump ship, stating: "It's what everybody expected, that they (the FIA) would announce they're trying to get a homologated engine.
The first was for an homologated engine produced by a single supplier, after a tender, with current engine makers free to build their own to the same design.
Not only will we be back on gravel, our preferred surface, but we'll have some new homologated parts on the car.
Three models of tractors are also available in EEC homologated configurations and have available an optional independent front PTO.
The ACE-20 was also homologated by Deutsche Telekom for voice and LAN interworking to ATM and for Frame Relay-to-ATM interworking (conforming to Frame Relay Forum implementation agreements FRF.
The seventh car is chassis #128, the first RS build that's fully homologated and road-legal for the United States.
Motors for highly price-sensitive markets such as electric bikes, scooters, e-rickshaws and micro EVs (car-like vehicles not homologated as cars so made more primitively) should avoid the price hikes of neodymium and other rare earths in the magnets.
Car-Like Vehicles Not Homologated As Cars: Microev, Quadricycle, E Trike, NEV, Golf Car
The Alpine competition must be held on suitable courses which conform to Federation International de Ski (FIS) safety standards and must be capable of staging a fully homologated downhill race.
So far the only engine that has been homologated is the Mercury 2.
A total of 3,767 homologated cars were delivered to the dealership network, an increase of 2.